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Monday, January 25, 2021

Nigerians discuss the pains young lawyers pass through in Nigeria

Nigerians are currently discussing the pains young lawyers always pass through in Nigeria; especially in the hands of their senior lawyers or employers.

Nigerians have taken to their various Twitter pages to discuss how young lawyers are either underpaid or pass through one suffering or the other. Young lawyers themselves revealed what they have passed through in the hands of their senior lawyers.

Read the discussions below:
Eze Nwanyi Nnunu tweeted: "Nigerian lawyers, if you can, do your research and leave the profession entirely. It's never too late. You have transferable skills. 
Only practiced for 10 months and swore never to do it again. I've always been good at maths and computer so I switched to Data Science. Find your strengths, combine it with few skills you developed as a lawyer and make a switch."

Baamofin Lu'Jesha tweeted: "Back in 2015, I interviewed at one law firm and I asked for basic salary of 70K. I was just a year at the bar, they looked at me funny and said they'd get back to me. 
Two weeks later, J discovered the most senior lawyer there gets 40 K salary, over 12 years at the bar. 
It wss that time I said "I'm not learning anything, I will learn from my own mistakes" toripe eleribu ni awon Law firms yen. Law firm wey get website oo."

Ms. Millions tweeted: "A lawyer I know in Enugu, was gisting me how when she returns from court with her oga, she massages his feet. 
He told her to be doing it because he's elderly and his leg pains him regularly. 
Salary: 10k."

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